Situated in the Camden/Walcot district, Hedgemead Park offers a pleasant environment for that mid-morning stroll. Ball games ... More
Situated in the Camden/Walcot district, Hedgemead Park offers a pleasant environment for that mid-morning stroll. Ball games are permitted, but the park is on a slope, so better perhaps to leave the football at home and concentrate on enjoying the surroundings. Autumn is an ideal time to visit because of the amazing array of different colored leaves on the trees and the sloping paths are not as slippery as they would be in winter. For children, there is a small play area with slides, swings and a climbing frame as well as plenty of great hiding places for a game of hide and seek.
Walkers can enjoy spectacular views on their rambles through this popular nature reserve, which is home to around hundred species
of wild bird and three hundred varieties of plant. A unique, purpose built Braille Trail allows visitors with impaired ...
Linear Park is, as its name suggests, a band of the countryside that runs through the city. The park was
laid out after the closure of the railway line in 1966 and follows the original route. Planted with indigenous ...
Formally opened in 1830, Royal Victoria Park was named after the young princess who was visiting Bath at the time.
Originally laid out as an arboretum, Victoria Park still contains some beautiful mature trees. In addition you will find ...